Experienced journalist, content writer and editor
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall is a longtime journalist and versatile, deadline-oriented writer and editor for print and online publications and businesses.
She worked as a newspaper reporter for more than a dozen years before moving seamlessly into the online space, where she's created two successful parenting sites for media outlets in Raleigh, N.C. She currently edits GoAskMom.com, the popular parenting site for WRAL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Raleigh, and writes stories for other publications and clients, including Fast Company, Parents, Eating Well, Mashable, PBS Next Avenue, VIRGINIA Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, NC State, Your Teen Magazine and Meredith Magazine.
Sarah also turns in compelling copy about everything from functional programming to eProcurement and entrepreneurship for a variety of business clients. Ghostwritten pieces for executives have appeared on Entrepreneur.com, AdAge.com, BizWomen and the New York Law Journal's website, among other publications.
Ready to work independently or collaboratively, she's not afraid to tackle any topic.
Praise for Sarah and her work
"In addition to her solid journalistic skill in seeking a story and telling it in a conversational way, Sarah is a creative networker, pulling in experts and contributors that address timely issues of concern to parents, keeping her content always fresh, always relevant, always dynamic."
Jodi Leese Glusco, director of content at WRAL.com, via LinkedIn
"Sarah was simply a superb community journalist. As an editor, I could always count on Sarah to be diligent, thorough and fair in her reporting, and conscientious in her writing. Her aim was to give readers the best possible information about their community, and she succeeded."
"Losing a great talent," The News & Observer
"Around the country, local news organizations are bringing incredible creativity to their work, undertaking deeply innovative projects."
"How J-Schools Can Promote Local Journalism Innovation," MediaShift.org
"It’s a rite of passage, I think, for local mompreneurs. If you get a call or email from Sarah, it’s a celebrated local announcement that you are officially a business owner."
"The most popular mom in the Triangle, Sarah Hall," VendRaleigh.com
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